oracle-financials

Oracle Financials

Oracle generated $42.44 billion in revenue, $6.72 billion in profits, and $5 billion in free cash flow. Compared to nearly $40.5 billion in revenue and over $13.7 billion in profits and free cash flows in 2021.

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Who Owns Oracle

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Oracle’s main shareholder is founder Larry Ellison, which owns almost 43% of the company’s stocks—followed by Chief Executive Officer of Oracle, Safra A. Catz. Other individual shareholders comprise executive vice president and chief corporate architect Edward Screven and vice chairman Jeffrey Henley. The top institutional investor is The Vanguard Group, with 5.3% of the company’s stock.

Oracle Business Model

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Oracle is a behemoth software company founded in 1977 by Larry Ellison, Bob Miner, and Ed Oates. The company followed the on-premise software model but mostly successfully transitioned to the cloud model. In fact, by 2022, cloud services represented most of its revenues. Indeed its lineup of software products comprises MySQL, Java, Middleware, Oracle Linux, and many others.

Oracle Revenue

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Oracle generated over $42.4 billion in revenue in 2022, compared to $nearly $40.5 billion in 2021, and $39 billion in 2020.

Oracle Profits

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Oracle generated $6.72 billion in profits in 2022, compared to $13.74 billion in 2021 and over $10 billion in 2020.

Oracle Revenue Breakdown

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In 2022, Oracle generated over 70% of its revenue from cloud services. Indeed, in 2022, Oracle generated over $30 billion from cloud services, nearly $5.9 billion from the cloud and on-premise licenses, almost $3.2 billion from hardware, and $3.2 billion from services.

Oracle Employees

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Oracle had 143,000 employees in 2022, compared to 132,000 in 2021 and 135,000 in 2020.

Oracle Revenue Per Employee

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Oracle generated over $296K per employee in 2022, compared to over $306K in 2021 and over $289K in 2020.

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